Entry requirements

To join this programme, you should be a practising professional, working as a teacher, lecturer or practitioner within an educational setting, and have an undergraduate degree or equivalent. Applicants who do not meet these requirements may also be considered on an individual basis.

Months of entry

February

Course content

This programme, which is suitable for graduates working in educational settings, will equip you with an understanding of the critical debates and issues surrounding dyscalculia and mathematics learning difficulties. You will develop the ability to screen and plan a programme of intervention for learners with dyscalculia, as well as engaging in the completion of reports based on the screening and assessment of learners. You will be equipped with a clear understanding of a range of approaches to effective teaching and learning and gain an appreciation of the wider social and emotional aspects of dyscalculia and mathematics learning difficulties. The programme provides a combination of critical thinking, evaluation and practical action to ensure you can demonstrate highly effective practice and support for learners with dyscalculia.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees for studying on this programme are: £32 per credit for UK and EU students enrolling on the course in academic year 2017/18, i.e. £960 per 30 credit module. £33 per credit for UK and EU students enrolling on the course in academic year 2018/19, i.e. £990 per 30 credit module. 60 credits are required to complete a Postgraduate Certificate.The University may administer a small inflationary rise in part-time postgraduate tuition fees in subsequent academic years as you progress through the course.

Qualification and course duration

PGCert

part time
12 months

Assessment

The programme is assessed through a variety of methods including case studies, pupil profiles, evaluated specialist teaching, observations of teaching, and holistic diagnostic reports.

Course contact details

Phone
+44(0)1695 575171